Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory Kindle Þ

Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory Kindle Þ

Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory [BOOKS] ⚣ Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory ⚡ Nora Roberts – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Rules of the GameParks Jones was insufferable with an inflated ego Brooke Gordon was dying to pop Unfortunately he was brilliantand her client's spokesman Problem Double trouble if she admitted her in Rules of the GameParks Jones was of the PDF/EPUB ¾ insufferable with an inflated ego Brooke Gordon was dying to pop Unfortunately Forever Rules Epub / he was brilliantand her client's spokesman Problem Double trouble if she admitted her intense attraction—and that sure wasn't going Rules of the PDF/EPUB ä to happen But Parks had other plans and he was willing to break a few rules to convince Brooke Rules of the GameThe Heart's Epub / that love wasn't just a game to him it meant forever The Heart's Victory What's a young woman to do when she comes face to face with the man who broke her heart years beforeand realizes she still has a case of unreuited lust for him Ignore him of course But it wasn't easy for Cynthia Foxy Fox to keep her true feelings for Lance Matthews at bay And she wondered what it would take for him to see his best friend's kid sister in a whole new light.


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10 thoughts on “Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory

  1. NatashaSonya NatashaSonya says:

    First of all I find that Nora Roberts does characters extremely well and the intensity between characters really blows me away Her style of writing is full and has great descriptions the characters speak fully saying it is not it's and so on and so forth I think it adds to the feel of old romance and makes her characters have that interesting intellectual edge most people don't see in teen and young adult books Both stories in this book are fun teasing and intense as hell Switching from one story to another made me do a double take I swear They're so different and yet the heat and love is still there In any case my final verdict is an easy one I love it


  2. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    LOVED IT If I ever won the lottery or came into a substantial amount of money I would just read Nora Roberts and travel the world What a life that would be


  3. Maggie Maggie says:

    More good re issued stories from NR I liked the second one better than the first but enjoyed both


  4. Nicole Nicole says:

    Okay I have not had much luck with Nora Roberts her books are up and down but this compilation intrigued me Aside from the cheesy cover the premises of the two stories sounded fun Rules of the Game35 stars Shame this started out well but plunged into a whole lot of nonsense Not to mention there was so much emphasis on baseball that I was confused I know zilch about the sport so if you dont have knowledge of it there is a lot you will not understand in this story I was intrigued by Brooke her career ambition and past She seemed so strong and I loved reading about her work as a directorThe romance however was crap The idea that she would be directing a commercial with a baseball star whom she would be romantically involved in was scandalous but I did not like Parks Gosh he is one of those alpha males possesive guys who feels the need to touch his woman everysingletime Ugh this is the cookie cutter male type of character in fiction While I liked how he actually listened to her and could see through her bs his arrogance was a turn off Honestly Brooke was not entirely innocent either many times she provoked him on purpose This doesn't make for a good relationship view spoilerand the sudden marriage proposal had me rolling my eyes in disbelief hide spoiler


  5. Bee Bee says:

    I wish I could give two different ratings Rules of the Game wasn't bad like a 35 The Heart's Victory would be like 2 The male lead in the second story was borderline emotionally abusive which wasn't endearing at all I didn't get where his feelings came into play because the only one he seemed to show was anger I get these stories were likely written back in the 80'sdifferent time and all but maybe they should be updated before reprinting if the end result is a plot line that makes you uncomfortable?


  6. Melissa Melissa says:

    Both books were OK but nothing great I didn't really care for any of the main couples very much but enjoyed some of the secondary characters


  7. Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) says:

    Touching sweet with a sporty twist really enjoyed these two stories kept me captivated from start to finish


  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    disliked the first story Enjoyed the second


  9. Francesca Rock Francesca Rock says:

    Rules of the GameThis was the first book in the anthology It was initially published in 1984 It is a bit dated but has a pretty good story behind it I realized when I was about two chapters into this book that I had read it before I was probably a teenager The moment when Parks saw Brooke in the stands at his baseball game and he approached her and asked her name stuck has stuck with me for about ten years That I remember that in and of itself is impressive I have read so many books that normally I only generally remember plot lines but I remembered that moment exactly through the yearsI also liked that this story did not end with them getting married It went beyond that Saying I do is not the end; which I love because that is much like reality What I didn't like was the ego's of the main characters Brooke and Parks had huge egos that I really wanted to pop Overall though this one was pretty good if only because of the moment that stuck with for ten plus yearsThe Heart's VictoryThis part of the anthology was published in 1982 It was really dated and I found it to not be believable at all Did Nora Roberts even do any research for this? It did not seem like it to me Having said that I do not really know much about car racing but it just all sounded so false and awkward that I had trouble getting into the story because of itAgain the ego's of the main characters were astronomical They never seemed to doubt themselves; they always had an unshakable belief that they were in the right This is very annoying People do not actually live like that People make mistakes and acknowledge them all the time Damn it Nora vary your characters please The majority of your characters seem like they are bordering on becoming a sociopath for meOverall this story was kind of cliched and annoying I really didn't enjoy it and it took me forever to readCheck out of my reviews at


  10. Stacey Houllis Stacey Houllis says:

    Another two great stories by Nora Roberts about falling in love The first book called The Rules of the Game The story of Brooke Gordon a director of TV commercials and she has to do for a campaign Park's a baseball player is the man who she has to film for the campaign The moment Parks met her he wanted to get to know her She has to learn to trust him after a failed relationship years ago The second one The Hearts Victory is also about falling in love This is the story of Cynthia Fox Foxy who grew up on the race track raised by her brother Kirk a race car driver her parents death of car accident she was in with them She returns years later to photograph the race season it is there she meets again her brother best friend Lance Mathews who was once a race driver who now design cars for her brother to race Foxy has to come to terms with her brother ties to race track as her fears of him been hurt frightened her Foxy once had a teenage crush on Lance Foxy and Lance whirlwind romance leads to her marry him Foxy has to learn to trust and love Lance her husband to help her overcome her fears of being hurt and where the Victory is love in the end


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10 thoughts on “Forever Rules of the GameThe Heart's Victory

  1. NatashaSonya NatashaSonya says:

    First of all I find that Nora Roberts does characters extremely well and the intensity between characters really blows me away Her style of writing is full and has great descriptions the characters speak fully saying it is not it's and so on and so forth I think it adds to the feel of old romance and makes her characters have that interesting intellectual edge most people don't see in teen and young adult books Both stories in this book are fun teasing and intense as hell Switching from one story to another made me do a double take I swear They're so different and yet the heat and love is still there In any case my final verdict is an easy one I love it

  2. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    LOVED IT If I ever won the lottery or came into a substantial amount of money I would just read Nora Roberts and travel the world What a life that would be

  3. Maggie Maggie says:

    More good re issued stories from NR I liked the second one better than the first but enjoyed both

  4. Nicole Nicole says:

    Okay I have not had much luck with Nora Roberts her books are up and down but this compilation intrigued me Aside from the cheesy cover the premises of the two stories sounded fun Rules of the Game35 stars Shame this started out well but plunged into a whole lot of nonsense Not to mention there was so much emphasis on baseball that I was confused I know zilch about the sport so if you dont have knowledge of it there is a lot you will not understand in this story I was intrigued by Brooke her career ambition and past She seemed so strong and I loved reading about her work as a directorThe romance however was crap The idea that she would be directing a commercial with a baseball star whom she would be romantically involved in was scandalous but I did not like Parks Gosh he is one of those alpha males possesive guys who feels the need to touch his woman everysingletime Ugh this is the cookie cutter male type of character in fiction While I liked how he actually listened to her and could see through her bs his arrogance was a turn off Honestly Brooke was not entirely innocent either many times she provoked him on purpose This doesn't make for a good relationship view spoilerand the sudden marriage proposal had me rolling my eyes in disbelief hide spoiler

  5. Bee Bee says:

    I wish I could give two different ratings Rules of the Game wasn't bad like a 35 The Heart's Victory would be like 2 The male lead in the second story was borderline emotionally abusive which wasn't endearing at all I didn't get where his feelings came into play because the only one he seemed to show was anger I get these stories were likely written back in the 80'sdifferent time and all but maybe they should be updated before reprinting if the end result is a plot line that makes you uncomfortable?

  6. Melissa Melissa says:

    Both books were OK but nothing great I didn't really care for any of the main couples very much but enjoyed some of the secondary characters

  7. Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) says:

    Touching sweet with a sporty twist really enjoyed these two stories kept me captivated from start to finish

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    disliked the first story Enjoyed the second

  9. Francesca Rock Francesca Rock says:

    Rules of the GameThis was the first book in the anthology It was initially published in 1984 It is a bit dated but has a pretty good story behind it I realized when I was about two chapters into this book that I had read it before I was probably a teenager The moment when Parks saw Brooke in the stands at his baseball game and he approached her and asked her name stuck has stuck with me for about ten years That I remember that in and of itself is impressive I have read so many books that normally I only generally remember plot lines but I remembered that moment exactly through the yearsI also liked that this story did not end with them getting married It went beyond that Saying I do is not the end; which I love because that is much like reality What I didn't like was the ego's of the main characters Brooke and Parks had huge egos that I really wanted to pop Overall though this one was pretty good if only because of the moment that stuck with for ten plus yearsThe Heart's VictoryThis part of the anthology was published in 1982 It was really dated and I found it to not be believable at all Did Nora Roberts even do any research for this? It did not seem like it to me Having said that I do not really know much about car racing but it just all sounded so false and awkward that I had trouble getting into the story because of itAgain the ego's of the main characters were astronomical They never seemed to doubt themselves; they always had an unshakable belief that they were in the right This is very annoying People do not actually live like that People make mistakes and acknowledge them all the time Damn it Nora vary your characters please The majority of your characters seem like they are bordering on becoming a sociopath for meOverall this story was kind of cliched and annoying I really didn't enjoy it and it took me forever to readCheck out of my reviews at

  10. Stacey Houllis Stacey Houllis says:

    Another two great stories by Nora Roberts about falling in love The first book called The Rules of the Game The story of Brooke Gordon a director of TV commercials and she has to do for a campaign Park's a baseball player is the man who she has to film for the campaign The moment Parks met her he wanted to get to know her She has to learn to trust him after a failed relationship years ago The second one The Hearts Victory is also about falling in love This is the story of Cynthia Fox Foxy who grew up on the race track raised by her brother Kirk a race car driver her parents death of car accident she was in with them She returns years later to photograph the race season it is there she meets again her brother best friend Lance Mathews who was once a race driver who now design cars for her brother to race Foxy has to come to terms with her brother ties to race track as her fears of him been hurt frightened her Foxy once had a teenage crush on Lance Foxy and Lance whirlwind romance leads to her marry him Foxy has to learn to trust and love Lance her husband to help her overcome her fears of being hurt and where the Victory is love in the end

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